Finding Neverland Salt Lake City Tickets
Finding Neverland Salt Lake City tour dates
Based on the 2004 live action film of the same name, Finding Neverland is a musical that follows J.M. Barrie, a young Scottish author, as he struggles to find inspiration for his work. While strolling through the park one day, he meets Sylvia, a widow, and her four sons. The family becomes his inspiration for the work that later earns him worldwide recognition: Peter Pan. If you want to see this show when it comes to Salt Lake City, get your Finding Neverland tickets at StubHub.
Finding Neverland background
This musical premiered in Leicester, England, at the Curve Theatre. A revised version of the show debuted at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2014. In March 2015, Finding Neverland made its Broadway debut at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with Diane Paulus as the director. The production began a national U.S. tour in October 2016. A British version of the show opened in 2017.
Finding Neverland noteworthy awards
The original Broadway production received several award nominations throughout 2015. It got two Drama Desk Award nominations for Outstanding Actor and Outstanding Actress. In addition, the musical had two Drama League Award nominations for Distinguished Production of a Musical and Distinguished Performance. The show earned two Astaire Award nominations for Best Choreographer and Best Female Dancer in a Broadway Show.
Finding Neverland biggest hits
Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy composed the music and lyrics for Finding Neverland. The original production features 22 songs, with some of the songs adapted for the national tour. The original Broadway cast album includes a bonus track and features Matthew Morrison as J.M. Barrie and Kelsey Grammer in the dual roles of Captain James Hook and Charles Frohman. Popular tunes from the production include "We Own the Night," "Play," "When Your Feet Don't Touch the Ground" and "We're All Made of Stars."
Finding Neverland in Salt Lake City
The touring production of Finding Neverland runs at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City. First opened in 2016, the performing arts venue has a black box theater and a bigger hall, the Delta Performance Hall, which seats more than 2,400 people. Located down the street from the Salt Palace Convention Center and the Off Broadway Theater, the Eccles Theater hosts lectures, concerts and touring productions.